Classic surreal horror movie. An arthouse type of film. This is an unrestored print with non English subtitles. CASTLE OF DOOM an Americanize version dubbed in English is also here in the Archives. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: vampire, horror, castle of doom
Vincent Price gives a stellar performance as the suavely malevolent host of a "haunted house party" who offers his guests $10,000 if they can survive a night in the murderous mansion. Watch for the great Elisha Cook Jr,(he played Wilmer in the "Maltese Falcon") as the groveling homeowner. The eerie looking home used for the exterior shots is the Ennis Brown house in Los Angeles, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1924. It was later used in the films "Blade... ( 17 reviews ) Topics: Vincent Price, haunted house, horror, William Castle
Victor Frankenstein (puzzlingly called "Count" Frankenstein here) discovers neanderthals living in a cave near his castle. When one of them is injured, Frankenstein revives him as his newest cut-n-paste creation, a giant fuzzy haired beast called "Goliath". He even has help from an servant named "Ygor" Meanwhile, Frankenstein's perverted dwarf assistant "Genz" has befriended an older, mute, cave dweller; a hairy wild-man named "Ook" and uses him... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: goliath, frankenstein, horror, sci-fi, dwarf, Ook, Ygor, Genz, neanderthal, caveman, castle, freaks
aka "Dracula", "Dracula's Castle", "Dracula: The Movie","Cemetery Girls", "Vampire Playgirls", "Cemetery Tramps", "Enter Dracula" and "Dracula's Virgin Lovers. Stranger's arrive at Castle Dracula and are greeted by a stocky, sad Count Dracula (Paul Naschy). Another European attempt to imitate the Hammer formula for horror, the plot is most similar to "Dracula, Prince of Darkness", with the most notable... ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Count, Dracula, Great, Love, Castle, horror, sci-fi, romance, cemetery, tramps, vampires, Paul...